Non Servium contra el genocidio en el clip de “Su don”

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Non Servium against genocide in the clip of “Su don”

The punk rock and Oi! band from Madrid Non Servium releases the video clip of his song “Su don”. A piece that is part of his album “Creature”, and whose video is an allegation against the genocide of the Palestinian people.

Some time after the release of his album “Creature”Non Servium present the video for “Su don”, one of the songs from this album. In the words of the band itself, this song is “an allegation against the genocide perpetrated by Israel and Zionism against the Palestinian people.” And they continue “The genocide that the Palestinian people are suffering does not stop, there are countless victims of this massacre. Hundreds of children murdered daily without any mercy and the media looking the other way or disguising reality as only they know how to do.”

The band from Móstoles point out that, with this song, they cry out against Zionism, against Francoism and against all dictatorships, remembering the towns devastated during Franco’s regime such as Belchite, which appears in the video. The band explains that this song is a cry against fascism and imperialism on a global level, and they make a call for resistance, in every neighborhood, in every town, on every front.

The team that has helped them carry out this project is made up of La Purezza del Quartiere, RoKoL Tomé, PÍA QUIN, Panda Artist Management, Javier Orduña and the Palestinian Aragonese Association “Jerusalem”.

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